ServNet Awards Scholarships to Aspiring Students

ServNet has announced the winners of its 2021 Scholarship Program. Nine scholarships are being awarded to aspiring students for the 2021-2022 academic year.

ServNet's scholarship program was established in 2016 as an ongoing initiative to help ServNet auction employees and their families pursue the dream of higher education. The ServNet Scholarship program assists ServNet auction employees, their children, stepchildren and grandchildren who plan to pursue education in college or vocational school programs.

"ServNet owners take a deep personal interest in our employees," explained Ryan Clark, owner of Greater Rockford Auto Auction and a member of ServNet's Board of Directors overseeing the Scholarship Program. "ServNet's Scholarship Program is both an important way to support the families who work so hard in our industry and to invest in our collective future, laying the groundwork for the next generation."

Clark reports that ServNet is presenting a total of $20,500 in scholarships for the 2021-2022 academic year. Two scholarships of $1,500 are going to students attending a two-year college, and seven scholarships of $2,500 are being awarded to students attending a four-year college or university.

$1,500 scholarships for study at a two-year college

 

Cristina Britcher, who works as a title clerk at DAA Seattle, begins her college career as a freshman at Tacoma Community College in the fall, pursuing study in Environmental Science.

 
   

 
 

Halli Willis (daughter of Greenville Auto Auction's General Manager Billy Willis) will attend Pitt Community College in Winterville, NC in the fall, where she will major in Nursing.

 

$2,500 scholarships for study at a 4-year college or university 

   

Cole Bailey (son of Akron Auto Auction President Chad Bailey) attends the University of Mount Union as a Junior in the Fall. He is working toward a double major in Marketing and Finance. 

 

 

Mary Grace Bookmyer (daugher of Michael Bookmyer of Indiana Auto Auction) begins her junior year studying Biology at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, Illinois, in preparation for training as a Physician's Assistant.

 

 

Keith Dabroski (son of Joseph Dabroski who works at State Line Auto Auction) will begin his Senior Year in the fall of 2021. He continues his studies at Grove City Community College just outside Pittsburgh, PA, where he is majoring in Physics with minors in Astronomy and Computer Science. He has won ServNet's Scholarship four years in a row.

 
   

 
 

Cole Meyer (son of Bel Air's staff accountant Tammy Meyer) begins his Freshman year at Towson University, where he has been admitted to the Honors College.  He will major in Business Systems and Processes.

 

 

Megan Meyer (grandaughter of Judy Meyer, title clerk at Bel Air Auto Auction), will attend Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania as a Freshman in the fall.  She plans to major in Occupational Therapy.

 

Jace Rudolph (grandson of Deb Rudolph, who works in Dealer Registration at Mid-State Auto Auction) begins his studies in the fall at the University of Minnesota Duluth. He will major in Computer Science.

 
   

 
 

Emma Sanza (daughter of Tracey Sanza, accounts payable supervisor at Bel Air Auto Auction) is a Freshman at Towson University's Honors College this Fall, where she will pursue a degree in Nursing.

Clark notes that ServNet's scholarship program has been enthusiastically received by employees and associates at ServNet auctions around the country, and that several students have applied for--and been awarded--the ServNet scholarship in multiple years. Three of this year's scholarship recipients have won ServNet scholarships in previous years: Mary Grace Brookmyer, Halli Willis, and Keith Dabroski.

The ServNet Auction Group is a network of America's best strategically located independently-owned wholesale auto auctions. Since 1988, ServNet member auctions have been working together to provide a full range of remarketing services to its customers, including the best auctioneers, inspections, reconditioning, transportation assistance and inventory financing. 

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